Saturdays at Noon
When Jake and Emily meet, sparks fly. And not the good kind...
Emily just wants to keep the world away.
After losing her temper yet again, she’s agreed to attend anger management classes. But she refuses to share her deepest secrets with a room full of strangers.
Jake just wants to keep his family together.
He’ll do anything to save his marriage and bond with his six-year-old son, Alfie. But when he’s paired with spikey Emily, he wonders whether opening up will do more harm than good.
The two of them couldn’t be more different. Yet when Alfie, who never likes strangers, meets Emily, something extraordinary happens
Could understanding one small boy be the key to everyone’s happiness?
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Overall, an incredibly enjoyable book that I'm glad I took a chance on. I didn't want to put it down and I loved the ending.
Wonderful story that is beautifully written about how life does't quite work out as planned however can still be a happier path for everyone.
This is an amazing book which sympathetically and sensitively deals with behavioural problems
An absolutely wonderful read, a novel full of very important messages and issues, the most important about acceptance, family, and self esteem. It’s very well written with relatable strong characters, more than just a romance, this is a wonderful story and highly recommended
I can’t praise this book highly enough....I look forward to other books by the author
A great debut and I look forward to seeing what Rachel Marks delves into next.
I loved this book. As in LOVED it.
A wonderful book. Deftly plotted and compelling, Saturdays at Noon is a compassionate novel which doesn’t shirk difficult issues.
This truly incredible book...is like a snapshot into my life and it's so reassuring to read.Natasha Harding
I loved this … truly thought-provoking